June Mountain College Pass offers best value for collegestudents at just $99

$99 College Pass offers unlimited skiing and riding at JuneMountain for the entire 2002/03 season (anticipated operation December 14,2002-April 20, 2003)

Pass available for sale October 1 – December 1, 2002 bycalling 800.MAMMOTH

June Mountain, CA – With an El Nino winter on the horizon, many collegestudents struggle with the age-old dilemma: “should I buy books or a seasonpass?” This year, with incredible season pass pricing from June Mountain,pass your classes and still enjoy the slopes. College students can ride JuneMountain’s uncrowded slopes the entire 2002-03 season for only $99. Located just 20 miles north of Mammoth on Highway 395, June Mountain has thestuff that winter dreams are made of: terrain, atmosphere, incredible viewsand great value. “This is by far the best college season pass deal around,”said program manager Darin Kaylor. “With one of the best half pipes andterrain parks in the country, June is going to be the place to be thisseason.”

Valid for the entire 2002-03 winter season at June Mountain, the Collegepass was created with hard working students on a restricted budget in mind.This deal is unbeatable, but it won’t last long. The $99 College Pass isonly available for purchase from October 1- December 1, 2002. Offer is validonly for students actively enrolled in college. Pass may be picked up at aJune Mountain ticket window with college ID after opening day (scheduled forDecember 14, 2002). To purchase, students must call 800-MAMMOTH betweenOctober 1 and December 1, 2002 to secure the amazing price.For more information on the June College Pass, call 800-MAMMOTH or visitwww.JuneMountain.com.

Mammoth Mountain Ski Area is the leading four-season mountain resort inCalifornia. The company owns and operates Mammoth Mountain, June Mountain,Tamarack Lodge and Resort, Mammoth Snowmobile Adventures, Mammoth MountainBike Park, Mammoth Mountain Inn and also operates Juniper Springs Lodge andSunstone and Sierra Star Golf Club in Mammoth Lakes, California. For moreinformation on Mammoth Mountain, visit www.MammothMountain.com or call800.MAMMOTH.